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, nicole, for motorola. as we get details, whether we wanted them or not, and i don't think the company wanted us to have them, but here we go, nicole. >> that's right. they have motorola under their umbrella. chatting with jason, and we talked about the revenue, a half billion missed. i said it seems like a lot, and jason, you don't feel like it is a miss? >> i'm not an amist, it's a big number, and it's not a rounding error, but the company is a power house, and i want to take people back to when the company announced steve jobs is leaving, and look at how the investment community reacted to that adversely, and the stock dropped like a rock. look where it is today. it should be taken with a grain of salt, and until people listen to the conference call to understand what's behind the numbers, they shouldn't jump to conclusions. p dennis: guys, you talk tech stocks, but the other side, they missed 4% on revenue, missed by 15% from expectations on earnings, and cheryl may just really put it right when she said look at motorola mobility. google's results included, and that business is los
of motorola mobility. at the end of the day, third quarter income down 20%, and their share price, while up over the last three months, 18%, it's halted today, and we saw the plunge when the report came out pending, a line in the filing that says pending a statement, a quote from mr. paige. we'll have the conference call at 4:30, but perhaps some kind of statement from google within the next few minutes before trading can start again. >> all right, adam, thank you. bringing in an analyst to get take on things, ken marlin of marlin associates. address the issue of the midday report. what do you think of it? was it on purpose? >> i have no idea. i certainly saw the announcement pending a quote from larry paige. it certainly suggests that the report was not ready for prime time, but i think we're going to have to wait and see what he says. >> at the end of the day, doesn't change the fact it was a big miss. what do you think of that? where do you see the problems coming in? >> you know, such are the trials and try bylations of being a public company which is what google bought when it decided
on the fox business network greg brown, chairman and ceo of motorola solutions. thank you so much for your time this afternoon. one of the key problems, your plan, let me point out, hopefully we have your connection, one of the key problems is your problem is based on a plan that aims to cut $4 trillion off of the deficit but you have congressional gridlock. how do you overcome that? >> at the end of the day let's get past the election. both candidates have a distant point of view on this but once we get past the election of the reason all of the ceos unified around this issue is we are out of time. there's no messing around this issue. it will take a compromise and common ground and the balance between tax revenue and spending reductions and a lot of people know that so once we get the election behind us and eliminate the rhetoric and political calculus in time to get down to doing business and getting a deal done. tracy: 80 c e ls, the you have more clout than an average voter to get this issue managed? >> it is the question of having a business be very unified and precise on what needs
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